More and more people who want to live a more eco-friendly life are choosing a 100% all-natural latex mattress for their mattress of choice. It is completely botanical and its unique composition makes it hypoallergenic, free of dust mites, and antibacterial. A natural latex mattress is made from the sap of a rubber tree and is completely recyclable.
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Would you like to know what type of mattresses are rated the most comfortable? According to the top-rated sleep review site, SleepLiketheDead, it’s the memory foam mattress followed closely by the natural latex mattress. This research is based on actual customer satisfaction data.
Although both are extremely comfortable, they are different. A memory foam mattress conforms to your body’s shape, cradling your body and reducing pressure points. A latex mattress has a firmer, more bouncier feel than a memory foam mattress. It does not change its shape or conform to your body’s contours.
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Are you thinking about a natural latex mattress and all the benefits it can provide? A 100% all-natural latex mattress is hypoallergenic, antimicrobial, and dust mite-free. It is also extremely comfortable. If those are not enough great reasons to think about an all-natural latex mattress, here is one more… Since an all-natural latex mattress is completely botanical and made from the sap of a rubber tree, it is completely recyclable. That is another great benefit of a natural latex mattress.
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There are a lot of “natural” latex mattresses out there. Unfortunately, many of these so-called “natural” latex mattresses are not really natural latex at all, but are actually man-made or synthetic latex. A truly 100% all-natural latex mattress is made from sap from a rubber tree, not synthetic petrochemicals. Buyers have to be very careful when looking for an all-natural latex mattress. Many of the latex mattresses that are called “natural” contain just a tiny amount of natural latex and the rest is synthetic. I even had to fight to get the truth out of many latex manufacturers when sourcing our 100% natural latex mattress. Many manufacturers tried to push their “natural” latex on me that wasn’t 100% natural at all. It sometimes took a lot of questioning and arm twisting to get this information even when sourcing materials as an insider!
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House dust mites, those tiny little critters that love to hang our with their human hosts, can be troublesome for those with allergies or asthma. We have a previous blog about reducing them in your house, but what about eliminating them from your mattress? Can that be done? Yes! A 100% natural latex mattress is naturally dust-mite free due to its unique qualities. What exactly are those unique qualities?
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If you have environmental allergies, you may want to take a look at 100% all-natural latex for your mattress of choice. A latex mattress that is 100% natural is antibacterial, hypoallergenic, and resistant to dust mites. These are all qualities that come with an all natural latex mattress, which is completely botanical and made from the sap of rubber trees.
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Looking for a green mattress that doesn’t pack down to nothing or feel like you are sleeping on twigs? Then check out a 100% all-natural latex mattress. Sure there are other green mattress materials, like cotton or wool, but cotton packs down to a firm, packed pancake and wool still needs a good mattress base beneath it. Latex is supremely comfortable and durable and provides great green qualities to go with its comfort.
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Many people are looking at 100% natural latex mattresses for the comfort they provide, as well as their completely natural, completely botanical qualities. The fact that a 100% natural latex mattress provides a completely botanical, green experience is also a top reason why more and more people are buying latex mattresses. An all-natural latex mattress is dust mite-free, antibacterial, and hypoallergenic. This makes it a great choice for those with allergies or those who just want a cleaner sleeping alternative.
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A mattress made from the sap of a rubber tree? That sounds really weird. Perhaps it may sound weird, but a 100% all-natural latex mattress is one of the most comfortable mattresses around. It is also antibacterial, dust mite-free, and hypoallergenic.
A 100% all-natural latex mattress is a very comfortable mattress. According to the top-rated mattress review site, SleepLiketheDead.com, it is one of the most comfortable mattresses you can buy, with an owner satisfaction rating of 80%. It is second only to memory foam mattresses, which have an 81% owner satisfaction rating. An all-natural latex mattress also has the benefit of being completely botanical. Its unique qualities make it dust mite-free, antibacterial, and hypoallergenic. This makes it ideal for those with allergies or those who just want a clean, green botanical sleeping experience.
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In the blog, Advantages And Disadvantages Of Spring Mattress, Latex Mattress And Memory Foam Mattress, the blogger, simply listed as “Bedroom,” offers to sum up the advantages and disadvantages of each type of mattress listed.
Although it’s true that many spring mattresses these days do offer a zero transfer feature (you can move without disturbing your bed partner), that’s about it for the spring mattress keeping up with the times. If you are looking for true comfort, you need to take a look at memory foam and latex mattresses.
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